There is a lot of advice about how to deal with cold weather. Learn what's good practice and what's just a bunch of hot air.
The woes of winter heating costs are upon us. Save on energy this winter with a simple, tried and true solution: The trusty humidifier. It sounds a little farfetched, sure. How can you possibly save energy if you’re running… Read More >
When dry air negatively impacts your home, you know that it’s time to turn on the humidifier. However, how do you get the most out of a whole-home humidifier? Fortunately, whole-home solutions for humidification are very easy to use. It’s… Read More >
Proper maintenance of your humidifier is essential to avoiding winter dry air in your home. The majority of our humidifiers require a water panel change once a year, right before the heating season.
Cold winter air can deliver a one-two punch with damaging effects to your home and your loved ones inside. Keeping your family safe starts by protecting your home. Fortunately, many tips for keeping your house safe also benefit your family.… Read More >
There is plenty to love about winter; snow days, the holidays, ice skating, sledding. However, there is also plenty to prepare for. Make sure you and your family can enjoy all that winter has to offer while staying comfortable and… Read More >
There is rarely just one way to solve a problem, but often there is a best way. When it comes to the health and comfort of your family, finding the most complete and effective solution is always important to you.… Read More >
Is the comfort and health of your home’s air under control? Dry air can be a problem in almost any home, but it is most problematic during the colder months. When cool, outdoor air is brought inside and heated, moisture… Read More >
Comfort and health inside our homes are dependent on many factors. Rubbing down kitchen counter tops after cooking and scrubbing the bathroom are some of the obvious ways we keep our home healthy. A favorite sweater, cozy slippers and our… Read More >
Temperatures have started to drop and you may have already started to debate whether or not it’s cold enough outside to turn on your heat. You probably already know to change your furnace filter, check your return and supply vents… Read More >